- The NPP has accused the NDC of clinging on to character smearing and vague suppositions in an attempt to divert attention from the laudable achievements of the Akufo-Addo government
- The NPP’s General Secretary John Boadu has challenged the NDC to come out with their policy position about the future of the country
- He stated that the NDC as a political party has no message for 2020
The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has hit back at the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over accusations made against the government during its recent press conference.
The NPP, in a media encounter, addressed by the party’s General Secretary John Boadu opined that the the NDC is unable to comprehend and digest information from the President Akufo-Addo because of his eloquence.
“The President has spoken clearly and eloquently, and I dare to say, that speaking eloquently also is a problem for the NDC,” Mr. Boadu said.
“I don’t expect anything better than that, that the president speaks eloquently and that too is a problem for them and they call it acquired accent, that’s why we all went to school anyway. We couldn’t have carried our grandfathers’ accent to modern-day politics.”
Mr. Boadu also noted that the NDC has no message going into the 2020 elections.
He said, instead of offering solutions, the NDC only offered vague suppositions without any innovative thinking or action.
“The NDC’s speech on Tuesday, September 10 does reflect their principles that has been rejected by the Ghanaian people,” Mr. Boadu added.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an Islamic Cleric, Mallam Sham-una Uztaz Jibril, has predicted victory for John Mahama in the upcoming 2020 general elections.
According to him, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is spiritually in a comfortable lead. Mallam Sham-una, who doubles as a numerologist and philosopher, is known for making predictions about elections.
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